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February 2013 Archives

Man killed in an auto accident

A 68-year old San Bernardino man was killed, when for unknown reasons, he swerved his vehicle across all traffic lanes, climbed an embankment, overturned and crashed into a metal pole. A 14-year old girl, a passenger in the vehicle, was taken to a nearby hospital with undisclosed injuries.

Engine fire on a cruise ship

A vacation that started off as exciting for hundreds of people looking forward to seeing Cozumel, ended in relief for those getting off the ship. Perhaps you heard about the cruise ship that recently lost power.

Motorcycle lane-splitting

If you ride a motorcycle, this could be important to you. The Highway Patrol, along with the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Office of Traffic Safety, have created a first-ever set of written guidelines on motorcycle lane-splitting. This is the maneuver that allows riders to legally pass vehicles in adjacent lanes by driving between them.

Nursing home medical malpractice

The medical profession is a trusted one. Health care professionals have a duty to care for you by making you better or keeping you well. There are times when a doctor or nurse violates that duty by providing a level of care that does not meet the accepted standard.

Pedestrian accident can be fatal

Whenever an automobile collides with a pedestrian, the chances are that the pedestrian will be severely injured, if not killed. Even if the vehicle was not traveling at a high freeway speed, a pedestrian accident can result in severe injuries, such as broken bones, fractures, back injuries, paralysis, or brain damage.

Bicycles and crosswalks

Do you get frustrated when a biker rides his or her bicycle in a crosswalk? When pedestrians are crossing at the same time, it can be a dangerous place to be. Accidents can occur.

Woman injured in a hit-and-run accident

Hit-and-run accidents have risen to epidemic proportions in Southern California over the last several years. Leaving the scene of an accident is against the law. California Vehicle Code Section 20001(a) states, "The driver of a vehicle involved in an accident resulting in injury to a person, other than himself or herself, or in the death of a person shall immediately stop the vehicle at the scene of the accident."

Tour bus accident kills 8 people

A tour bus carrying a group of people who spent the day skiing at Big Bear crashed into a pickup truck pulling a trailer on the way down the mountain. The passengers originated from Tijuana, Mexico.

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